SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - San Francisco Police Department in a major operation targeting fugitives, made 66 arrests Wednesday; mostly in the Tenderloin.
The suspects were wanted for robbery, vandalism, burglary, assault and parole violations.
Several suspected drug dealers were also booked into custody.
Officers from SFPD's Tenderloin Station led the operation, working with deputies from the SF Sheriff's Department and state parole agents.
SFPD said no one was hurt during this operation, which began at 8:30 a.m. Police said no officers used any force in these arrests.
#BREAKING: @SFPD operation nets 66 arrests of fugitives in #SanFrancisco, including these 4 men. @SFPDTenderloin officers worked with @SFPDSouthern, @CACorrections & @SheriffSF to arrest the suspects wanted for crimes including assault, burglary, robbery & drug dealing. #SFPD pic.twitter.com/JXAqjUfK4j— Heather Holmes (@HeatherKTVU) April 4, 2019
Tonight Officers from Tenderloin Station, @SFPDSouthern, State Parole Agents, SF Sheriffs Deputies are booking 66 suspects into county jail. These suspects were all arrested today in a major operation aimed at fugitives throughout the Tenderloin, Market, SOMA Community. pic.twitter.com/q6hHlcFHRh— SFPD Tenderloin (@SFPDTenderloin) April 4, 2019